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Android for non-Programmers, as well as Programmers...

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It is all about Android this Monday, Feb 21 @ 6:15pm. We will kick off with an introduction by Ann Marie Manzitti to Killer Android, the local Android development group. We'll then dive into an overview of Android and how you can build a basic app for promoting your business without programming knowledge, for free... And then Brad McManus from local start-up Real Time Farms will introduce some advance concepts for Android developers to give everyone a broad understanding of what Android is all about.

Also, thanks to Windows Phone 7 for sponsoring this event. We'll put some of the proceeds towards some free food for attendees of this event.

Agenda:

6:15 - Networking, grab a bite ~ 6:30 - Killer Android - Ann Marie Manzitti ~ 6:45 - Android Overview - Keith Bourne ~ 7:15 - Android in-Depth - Brad McManus ~ 7:45 - Attendee Introductions and networking Presenter Bios:

Brad McManus is a senior studying computer science at the University of Michigan. He has always been interested in web development and more recently has been getting involved with the smartphone craze. This past semester he developed two applications for the Android market to whet his appetite for mobile development. Currently, he is developing an Android application for a local startup, Real Time Farms. The app is being developed under the watchful eye of founder Karl Rosaen, a wealth of knowledge due to his previous work experience with Google where he worked on the team that released the first Android phone.

Keith Bourne is the Co-founder of the Michigan chapter of Mobile Monday and helps to organize both the Ann Arbor and Detroit chapters. Keith is the Director of Marketing at Arbor Scientific ( http://arborsci.com ) and the founder of Appervasive ( http://appervasive.com ), which partners with companies or individuals that have high potential mobile application concepts and helps them organize the technical, financial, and business resources (such as marketing and sales) necessary to take these applications to market. Prior to Arbor Scientific and Appervasive, Keith was the founder of a social media based mobile company called MemCatch, a mobile music service provider called Web2URadio, and was active in the mobile learning space for several years. He is an avid blogger as the author of the Entrepreneur, Social Media, & Mobile Blog at http://keithbourne.com You can follow him on Twitter @keithbourne.

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